Harry and Meghan getting 'nastier' and 'more aggressive' claims royal biographer - 'They won't win'

Angela Levin says the Duke of Sussex is 'crumpled' and 'angry'

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Harry and Meghan are getting “nastier and nastier” in their latest Netflix trailer, according to a royal biographer.

Angela Levin, who spent 15 months with the Duke of Sussex writing a biography with him, claims the Netflix couple “won’t win” their war against the Royal Family.

The Duke of Sussex has claimed in a new trailer for part two of Harry & Meghan that people were “happy to lie” to protect his brother, the Prince of Wales.

The next episodes of the duke and duchess’s six-part Netflix series, which will air on Thursday morning, are set to explore their decision to step away from royal duties and make a life in America.

While an image of Buckingham Palace is shown, Harry adds: “They were happy to lie to protect my brother (William).

“They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us.”

Speaking to Patrick Christys on GB News, Ms Levin said this is not the Harry she worked with in 2017.

“This is just a crumpled, angry Harry that doesn’t know which way to turn.

"He does what he’s told by Meghan, but he actually can’t work out whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing, and he wants to please her.”

She added: “I feel incredibly angry and I feel for him because he’s walking a tightrope.

He can’t just keep on being extremely rude and making up things that are lies. The intensity that he feels… They’re getting more and more aggressive and nastier and nastier. They won’t win because they’re eating themselves up inside.”

When discussing why the couple are yet to really be challenged by Buckingham Palace over their claims, Ms Levin said: “King Charles is waiting, he has to wait until after this next series and after the book comes, and then I’m quite sure we will see change.”

The first three episodes addressed the couple’s tumultuous relationship with the press, with the Duchess of Sussex accusing the media of wanting to “destroy” her.

The couple have been criticised over the series for apparently attacking British institutions as they discussed their experiences, including racism.

They officially left the monarchy on March 31 2020 after opting for personal and financial freedom over remaining working royal family members.

Harry and Meghan signed lucrative deals, thought to be worth more than £100 million, with Netflix and Spotify after quitting, with the docuseries the first major output for them on the streaming giant.

Harry & Meghan Part II will be available on Netflix from December 15.